- Some big news in the Canucks’ media landscape, as Sportsnet 650 has added former TSN 1040 hosts Mike Halford, Jason Brough, and Karen Surman, and made some other changes to their everyday lineup:
Introducing your new SN650 Lineup:— Sportsnet PR (@SportsnetPR) March 25, 2021
️ 6-9a - Halford & Brough in the Morning | @MikeHalford604 & @SadClubCommish
️ 9-1p - Rintoul & Surman |@ScottRintoul & @karen_surman
️ 1-3p - Bik & The Boss | @Bik650
️ 3-7p - The People's Show w/ @SatiarShah @danriccio_ & @RandipJanda
- In sadder news, the station parted ways with longtime hosts James Cybulski, Perry Solkowski, and Andrew Walker. One hopes they land on their feet somewhere.
We sincerely thank James Cybulski, Perry Solkowski and Andrew Walker for their passion and unwavering commitment to building SN650 into the station it is today.— Sportsnet PR (@SportsnetPR) March 25, 2021
We wish them all the very best in their next chapter.
- As well, Don Taylor will be joining 650 as a regular contributor.
Don Taylor joining 650 as a regular contributor as well.— Taj (@taj1944) March 25, 2021
- In Canucks news, here are last night’s Armies from Wyatt Arndt [The Athletic]
- An interview with JT Miller [CanucksArmy]
- And check out the Floorboards of Glory tournament from J Bowman and Arndt, ranking numerous esoteric Canucks moments:
The third match up of the #FloorboardsOfGlory is here!— Trust The Process (@TTPshowVAN) March 24, 2021
This contest sees Elias Pettersson once again, as his love of three things makes its debut, while Dan Cloutier vs Nicklas Lidstrom bursts onto the scene like a wrecking ball.
- NHL trade target power rankings [Sportsnet]
- Some COVID news:
A statement from the Buffalo Sabres: pic.twitter.com/CaTjIjbHS6— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) March 25, 2021
- BIG quarantine update for Canadian NHL teams:
Federal government poised to approve a 7-day quarantine with extra testing for NHL players traded from American teams to Canadian teams before the April 12th trade deadline. Government source says all provinces with NHL teams have approved of the measures.— CBC News Alerts (@CBCAlerts) March 25, 2021
- And make sure you watch this weekend for the NWHL Isobel Cup tournament: